Marines swap Microsoft for Linux OS on Northrop Grumman radar

Marines swap Microsoft for Linux OS on Northrop Grumman radar

Shortly after Northrop Grumman got approval to begin building a new breed of mobile radar systems the Marine Corps asked the defense contractor to change the operating system to Linux for greater future compatibility

DARPA Publishes All Its Open Source Projects

TDARPA Publishes All Its Open Source Projects

The Pentagon’s Mad Science Is Going Open Source. DARPA published a list of all the Open Source computer science projcets it has funded with links to source code and academic papers detailing underlying concepts.

The Navy’s newest warship is powered by Linux

The Navys newest warship is powered by Linux

The fact that the Navy turned to a Linux-based IT infrastructure USS Zumwalt proves that the Navy believes Linux is Mission-Ready. Utilizing off-the-shelf hardware & software are a smart approach for the new ship.

EnterpriseDB Sees Increase in Government Demand for OSS

EnterpriseDB Sees Increase in Government Demand

Government agencies are increasingly turning to open source technologies in the wake of shrinking budgets and heightened cybersecurity concerns.

Mil-OSS'er to Co-Chair Open Source For America

Mil-OSS'er to Co-Chair OSFA

Mil-OSS Steering Committee member elected to co-Chair Open Source for America, an associate organization of Mil-OSS focused on promoting the use of open source technologies in the U.S. federal government.

Student Hackathon in St. Louis Hosted by Midwest Chapter

Mil-OSS Event

Midwest Chapter of Mil-OSS hosting Student Hackathon in St. Louis, Missouri February 21-22 for high-school and college students. Prizes will be awarded within within each age group. Registration closes on February 13th.

Open Source UAV Program Targets $8.1 Billion Industry

Open Source UAV Program Targets $8.1 Billion Industry

The public-private Open Source Unmanned Remote and Autonomous Vehicle Systems (OS-URAVS) program kicks at Camp Shelby with the aim of boosting innovation and cutting costs of the government’s fleet of UAVs to compete in an industry worth $8.1 billion

NAVAIR Developing Open Source Mililtary Avionics

NAVAIR Developing Open Source Mililtary Avionics

The Naval Air Systems Command has been developing open-source software for military avionics applications in collaboration with the Georgia Institute of Technology and Vanderbilt University.

Distributed Data Framework Goes Open Source

Distributed Data Framework Goes Open Source

The Distributed Data Framework (DDF) was released under the GPL and posted to Github today. The DDF can be downloaded at https://github.com/codice/ddf.

DARPA Open Sources Code for Building Amphibious Tank

DARPA Open Sources Code for Building Amphibious Tank

The DoD’s forward-thinking DARPA group plans to release open-source software that will let anyone design and run virtual tests on their own swimming tank. And will kick off the first phase of a contest with a enticing $1 million prize.